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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions about Hope Center and HIV

Navigating the world of HIV can be difficult. Hope Center is here to assist you in your journey. From a new diagnosis through living with HIV to end of life care. We have come up with some frequently asked questions that may help.

If you have more questions, please call to set up an appointment at (865) 374-2087.

What can Hope Center do for me?

Hope center offers:

  • Consultations and referrals to healthcare providers
  • Access to programs to assist with medications and doctor visits
  • Coordination with community organizations to assist in locating services including healthcare, mental health, food, transportation, housing, support groups and addiction services.

We also offer educational workshops and seminars for health care providers, case managers, social workers, support personnel as well as client workshops.  We provide assistance with end of life care including hospice referrals, palliative care, advanced directives and support. 

We have a personal hygiene pantry, clothing pantry and housewares pantry and offer emergency financial services to eligible clients.

How does Hope Center help the newly diagnosed person or newly relocated person?

The Hope Center’s Resource Coordinator is available to help walk through the process of getting into care in the Knoxville and surrounding area.  With advanced knowledge of available programs and healthcare providers, we help navigate the often confusing system to ensure the client is able to access care and resources needed to maintain their health and well-being.

How much does it cost to utilize these services?

All of Hope Center’s services are provided at no cost to the client or their families.